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- Gov. Mike Pence irked as Obama sends illegals to Indiana on sly
- Israel, White House say Obama phone call to demand cease-fire was fake
- Nancy Pelosi: Deporting kids un-Christian, sends them ‘into a burning building’
- Islamist militants seize special forces base in Benghazi, Libya
- Feds sue Pennsylvania State Police over women’s fitness tests
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- Mississippi abortion law can’t be enforced
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Topic - Justin Morneau
Jose Bautista and Troy Tulowitzki have announced three members of their respective teams for Monday night's Home Run Derby at Target Field.
Justin Morneau wondered out loud just how many teams have turned a triple play and hit a walkoff homer in the same game.
Dale Thayer didn't think it was all that bad of a fastball. Not hit-it-out-to-straightaway-center bad, anyway.
Walt Weiss has been saying Corey Dickerson is a pretty good hitter. Dickerson proved the Colorado manager correct on Saturday night.
Nelson Arenado found a way to help his team on the same night he lost his 28-game hitting streak.
Justin Morneau has been scratched from the Colorado Rockies' lineup because of a stiff neck.
Nolan Arenado is known for his hit-robbing glove at the hot corner.
Initially inserted into the Colorado Rockies' rotation as a stop-gap injury replacement, Jordan Lyles has rapidly become a fixture.
Forced to leave Sunday's game early because of pain in his left knee, Rockies star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez said he plans to be back in the lineup for Colorado's next game Monday against San Francisco.
Ian Kennedy probably deserved a better outcome. Still, he knows he's on the right course.
Avisail Garcia nearly made a game-saving catch. Instead, the right fielder ended up with a jammed left shoulder.
The Colorado Rockies erased a two-run deficit in the early innings Tuesday. A second comeback bid fell short.
Justin Morneau wears Larry Walker's old number and is stepping in for Todd Helton.
If you're going to replace Todd Helton at first base in Colorado while wearing Larry Walker's old number, you better have a solid resume.
Marlon Byrd was walking to his car, ready for another ho-hum night at a mostly empty Citi Field in late August, when his cellphone rang.
Morneau said he felt some "fogginess" after his workout in the morning, a week after getting accidentally kneed in the head in Toronto by Blue Jays second baseman John McDonald while the slugger tried to break up a double play.